Laura Bulmer


I established EARTHLING ARCHITECTURE on Victoria’s Bass Coast in 2020 to create environmentally focussed and culturally connected architecture.

I believe listening to people and learning from places and ecologies are essential in creating respectful and inspiring spaces, to help nurture the positive cultural and environmental changes we all need to survive, and thrive.

I have practiced as an architect in Victoria for over 10 years and have worked for leading sustainable architecture practices in Melbourne delivering residential, community and commercial projects in urban and regional areas, including a number of award-winning projects.

I am highly skilled in designing with natural, renewable and recyclable materials and technologies to create high performing sustainable buildings connected to their environment.

I have also designed and built bush landscapes focussed on local climates, ecologies and indigenous plants.

I am registered with the ARBV, and am a member of ArchiTeam, Parlour Collective, Bass Coast Landcare Network, Land for Wildlife, and am a founding member of Totally Renewable Tenby.

Interested in
Public speaking, Juries, Sessional teaching or crits, Writing, Mentoring